Baby Food made in a Thermomix

April 21, 2023

Baby Treats in a Thermomix

I know a lot of people at the moment that have children (yes, my daughter included) and everyone seems to be off buying healthy treats for their children.

My daughter on the other hand is MAKING her daughter baby treats. Fritters, Muffins, Bites, Teething Rings and so much more. You know what. It saves her money and they are TOTALLY healthy and good for Ivy.

But have you thought about pouches and the savings you can make! Read below to be surprised!

Yoghurt Pouches

These things for babies/toddlers are worth a FORTUNE – It blows me away as to how much they cost and how many parents go through. I must admit, how my son wasn’t 99% yoghurt when he was little, but I didn’t know what a Thermomix was then.

 

Now, we make our own and the savings is INCREDIBLE.

  • Store Bought pouches – 140g x 10 = $17 – Yearly total – $884
  • Homemade pouches – 140g x 10 = $3.20 – Yearly total – $166
  • SAVINGS with a Thermomix – $718

ALMOST THE THIRD OF A THERMOMIX PRICE and guess what – that is just on yoghurt pouches, not to mention the “other” things in those store bought pouches. You KNOW what is going in your yoghurt – do you know what you are buying?

Pouches from Amazon

Meat & Veggie Pouches

Convenient, easy, quick! All the things as a mum people love. But what about what is really in them. Yes, I know everything is test, moderated blah blah, but I like to KNOW what they are eating. My kids LOVED mashed meat and veggies and now I make them in the pouches for ease.

Now, we make our own and the savings is INCREDIBLE.

  • Store Bought pouches – 160g x 7 = $19.60 – Yearly total – $1020
  • Homemade pouches – 140g x 7 = $4.50 – Yearly total – $198
  • SAVINGS with a Thermomix – $822

ALMOST THE THIRD OF A THERMOMIX PRICE and guess what – that is just on veggie pouches. The same story – you know what is in these and it will be even cheaper. Costs are based on bought items, not what is in the fridge. Image THOSE savings.

If anyone want to know how to do the meat and veggie pouches, please let me know. I will “write” a recipe for what I do for Ivy.

POUCHES OF VEGGIES

Potato, Pumpkin, Chicken, Broccoli

Made in the Thermomix – placed in pouches – dished up for Ivy, and guess what – SHE LOVES IT!

Oh and Homemade Chicken Nuggets for her – WOW – I’ll have the recipe up soon. 

Below are recipes that she loves

Broccoli Chive Muffins

Ivy LOVES these. Elizabeth, not so much (ha-ha) but they are simple and quick. She makes up a batch and freeze then and pops them in the microwave for 10 seconds and Ivy just lapse them up.

Kumara

Sweet Potato Bites – Ivy tried these the first time and wasn’t too sure but she loves them now.

Perfect for freezing.

Zucchini & Parsnip Frittata

These are Elizabeth’s “go to” for Ivy. Perfect for freezing and yummy to eat. Elizabeth also puts a little bit of vegemite in it. Ivy LOVES vegemite.

Banana Oat Pikelets

Everyone loves pikelets, babies and toddlers alike – Ivy as well.

These are great and taste delish. They might be good for freezing, but they don’t make it that far.

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